The University of Wisconsin-Stout has released a new mobile app to provide its students, faculty, staff, and the public with information about the campus.
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Partnerpedia has launched Enterprise AppZone, a new software-as-a-service product intended to help educational institutions manage mobile apps on shared devices.
Online research and paper-writing resource Questia has released a mobile research app for iOS devices, with free and subscription versions available from the iTunes store.
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The University of Tennessee at Martin will replace its current mobile app in an attempt to broaden its utility for students and faculty.
Panasonic is rolling out two new high-end, ruggedized tablets--a 10.1-inch model running Windows 8 Pro on a Core i5 processor and a 7-inch Android machine.
According to research firm Gartner, several converging forces will influence IT in the coming year.
A recent poll by CDW-G provides a glimpse into how tablets are being used by higher education professionals as part of their work.